Glass singled handled jug, bluish-green. Rim outsplayed and folded upwards and inwards; cylindrical neck expanding slightly downwards; sloping shoulder; piriform body; recessed base; on rim a strip of glass with four pinches at each end as strengthener for handle; handle flat drawn with outside ribs and bottom splays and a fine circular fold at top; 26 verticl ribs on shoulder, spreading up neck in parts but not far down body.

An00168354 001 l

Thing

Exhibition
G49 Roman Britain, COMPASS
Made Of
glass
Type of Thing
jug

Place

Found In
Bayford Orchard
In Gallery
G49/dc13

Time

Acquired In
1883
Made
2ndC
Period/Culture
Romano-British

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